With Relay for Life of Kennesaw State University set for Friday, we wanted to remind you of the 10 ways you and your team can use Kennesaw Patch for free.
Relay For Life
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Here are 10 ways you and your team can use Kennesaw Patch for FREE to honor victims and survivors and help raise cancer awareness and money for a cure.
The culmination of months of fundraising, Relay For Life of Kennesaw State University—an event during which participants will honor cancer victims and survivors and raise awareness and money for a cure—is one month away. It’s set for April 12 on the college’s campus green. Forty-two local teams, with a total of 300 participants, have already raised $21,177.35, according to the American Cancer Society's event website. Relay teams (and any other local group or organization) can use Kennesaw Patch for FREE to promote their efforts, potentially reaching tens of thousands of local residents, including many outside their existing networks. Here are 10 ways you and your team or organization should use Patch for FREE: 1. Post your upcoming events …
Friday, February 1, 2013
The first ever Relay for Life in the Smyrna-Vinings area is kicking off this weekend. Find out how you can participate and help fight cancer.
This week's Cobb, Douglas and Paulding Weekend & Community Spotlight features the Relay for Life Vinings-Smyrna Kickoff Party. The kickoff event will be held this Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Hyatt Place Atlanta/Cobb Galleria. Learn how you and your family and friends can participate in the first ever Relay for Life in the Smyrna-Vinings community, and help support a good cause. The actual Relay for Life event will be held in May at The Lovett School in Vinings. To sign up, start a team, or donate, visit http://RelayForLife.org/ViningsSmyrnaGA. For more information, check out this Facebook page, send a tweet to @ForBirthdays, or contact Amy Haygood at Amy.Haygood@cancer.org.
Friday, January 11, 2013
Enjoy fun festivities with family and friends while supporting a good cause and people who are fighting cancer.
This week's Cobb, Douglas and Paulding Weekend & Community Spotlight features the Paulding County Relay for Life Kickoff. The festivities will start 8:30 a.m Saturday at the Paulding County Senior Center, 54 Industrial Way North, Dallas. Groups of eight or more are asked to RSVP to Debbie Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-429-1624. Got a great event coming up in your community? Upload it onto your Patch, then email Editor Angela Chao at email@example.com, and your event could be featured in the next Weekend & Community Spotlight on Patch sites across Cobb, Douglas and Paulding counties.
Sunday, May 13, 2012
More than 200 teams gathered at Jim Miller Park for one of the biggest cancer fundraisers in the nation.
Thousands of people in more than 200 teams gathered at Jim Miller Park Friday for the Relay for Life of Cobb County, the annual all-night celebration of life and the fight against cancer. The official count on the Relay website is $607,228 raised by 2,998 people on 208 teams for the American Cancer Society. And you still can donate at the Relay site. Last year's Cobb Relay raised more than $636,000. You can read more about Relay for Life efforts on Patch, and Mom About Town columnist Katie Barrentine has chronicled her reasons to Relay:
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Here are some of the highlights for Aug. 18 from Kennesaw and nearby Patches.
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